Thursday, 8 October 2015, 06:56pm
Rain prevents play in India-South Africa clash
The tourists had already taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series heading into the final encounter and collected the trophy after rain earlier in the day rendered the pitch unplayable.
The second match had been marred by crowd trouble as South Africa sealed the series with a six-wicket victory but they were prevented from completing the clean sweep.
Man of the series JP Duminy said: " I'm very happy. Unfortunately we didn't get a game today. Would have been nice to have gotten another game under the belt.
"If someone had to give us 2-0, we would have taken it. It's always a tough series to play in India against India."
There will now be a five-match one-day international series between the two nations, starting in Kanpur on Sunday.
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There was no chance for JP Duminy to add to his scores of 68no and 30no in the series